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A Terrible Madrid Masters For Rafael Nadal

Posted on 11 May, 2012, by in Tennis

Rafael Nadal doesn’t like losing and isn’t used to it, especially on clay. Last season’s dropped Masters against Novak Djokovic were a one time blemish for him, and eventually, didn’t matter that much after he won the Roland Garros. But this week in Madrid has brought out a side of Nadal we didn’t really think we’d see. More

Amir Khan Looking For a New Opponent Now That the Peterson Fight is Cancelled

Posted on 10 May, 2012, by in Boxing

Amir Khan won’t be fighting Lamont Peterson on May 19 because of a positive drug test that Peterson took back in March turned out to be positive. No hearing was done, but Peterson did admit he took the banned substance, which quickly led to cancelling the fight and for Amir Khan to look for a new fight on June 30. More

The Consistency of Zanetti and Inconsistency of Del Piero’s Hair Styles

Posted on 10 May, 2012, by in Miscellaneous

Javier Zanetti has been with Intter for 17 years. He has still yet to change his hair style from the mid 1990′s. Alessandro Del Piero has been with Juventus since 1993. He has yet to show up to each new season with the same hair style from the previous year. More

Novak Djokovic Hates the Madrid Smurf Turf as Well

Posted on 9 May, 2012, by in Tennis

Novak Djokovic is no different from Rafael Nadal when it comes to his hate for the new Blue Clay, nicknamed ‘Smurf Turf’ at the Madrid Open. The change the organizers made in order to help TV viewers with identifying the ball has clearly not been taken well by the players, who have blasted the decision in every opportunity they got. More

Khan – Peterson Fight in Jeopardy; Peterson Tests Positive for Banned Substance

Posted on 8 May, 2012, by in Boxing

Amir Khan is supposed to get his rematch against Lamont Peterson on May 19; A chance to win back his Light Welterweight belts and to put the division once and for all behind him with a win over an opponent he feels superior to. An opponent he feels he actually beat in their first fight, back in December. An opponent who has tested positive for performance enhancing drugs. More

Juan Ignacio Chela Presents 10 Ways You Know You’re a WTA Tour Player

Posted on 8 May, 2012, by in Tennis

Juan Ignacio Chela, the 32 year old Argentinian player, currently ranked 32nd in the world, isn’t about to win any major titles in the near future. In fact, he’s never won anything but six tournaments on the 250 series. So why not have some fun and piss off the women players with a rather funny list, directing most of the malice at Maria Sharapova, if you read between the lines? More

Harvard Baseball Players ‘Cover’ Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe

Posted on 7 May, 2012, by in Miscellaneous

Harvard isn’t all about studying. You can also come up with an idea while studying and become a social media mogul. Or, you can pass the time between tests with some sports. Not just basketball and try to become the next Jeremy Lin. Baseball, and having fun while in the van, touring, is an option as well. More

Miguel Cotto Gives Floyd Mayweather His Toughest Fight Yet

Posted on 6 May, 2012, by in Boxing

Floyd Mayweather won by an impressive unanimous decision if you believe the scorecards, giving him 117-111, 117-111 and 118-110. It was probably a bit closer than what they showed. Miguel Cotto didn’t knock Mayweather down, but he hit him and made it harder for the undefeated champion than anyone ever did before. More

Saul Alvarez Too Good & Young for Shane Mosley

Posted on 6 May, 2012, by in Boxing

Saul Alvarez, Canelo to those who prefer shorter names or nicknames for boxers, had no problem against 40 year old Shane Mosley, retaining his WBC Light Middleweight belt but more importantly won his first big fight as a co-headliner on PPV, taking another step towards the top of the boxing world. More

Tiger Woods Missing the Cut Shouldn’t Surprise Anyone

Posted on 6 May, 2012, by in Miscellaneous

Tiger Woods just can’t live up to what people percieve his name, his brand, to be. If his terrible performance at Augusta wasn’t enough of a warning sign to fans and experts regarding Woods’ place in the current pecking order, came his terrible Wells Fargo Championship performance, missing the cut of a tournament for only the 8th time in his career. More